Debbie Wingham, the woman who designed the world’s most expensive dress has now officialy created world’s most expensive shoes. British designer designed the $15.1 million (£11.4 million) pair of shoes after being commissioned by an unnamed family.
Her creation is a collaboration between herself and Florida-based contemporary artist Chris Campbell. Wingham contributed the design while Campbell crafted the shoes over hundreds of painstaking hours.
The shoes are made from 24 carat gold painted leather, sewed with 18 carat gold thread and decked in extremely rare diamonds. Pink and blue diamonds account for a majority of the cost, totaling to around $13 million, and they encrust the shoes, while four three-carat white diamonds and 1,000 pointer diamonds line the edges.
The shoes also feature solid gold zippers and soles. Inside, the shoes are adorned with gold thread inlay.
The shoes were finished with a rose gold accent to give slight contrast. Leather Arabian jasmine flowers are the final touch.
Wingham is famous for her opulent creations and has worked for many celebrities, royals, and wealthy elite over the course of her career. She previously created a $64 million (£48.5 million) cake and a $15.45 million (£11.7 million) dress.